Juno Daily

Music and tech news, interviews, features, reviews and more.

Visit Juno Daily

100% Secure Shopping

Studio equipment

Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.

Visit Juno Studio

100% Secure Shopping

DJ equipment

Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.  Visit Juno DJ

pre orders
Home  Labels  

Serotonin Us

Receive new release alerts for Serotonin Us
Options
Items 1 to 4 of 4 on page 1 of 1
Cosmic Freak Gas Bubble
Cat: SER 022. Rel: 16 Apr 18
Electro
  1. Cosmic Connection (7:45)
  2. The Freak (5:22)
  3. Gas (6:28)
  4. Bubble (6:18)
Review: John Selway and Jason Szostek, who have respectively achieved a world-wide status over the last 10 years, started producing dance beats under the Synapse moniker, back in the midst of an electro wave that swept over NYC in the mid 90s. The project is now more relevant than ever, what with the re-rise of electro, so they've gone back in the studio to show everyone how it's done. "Cosmic Connection", as the title implies, is a deep and wondrous electro jam for the late-night hours, while "The Freak" turns to the more industrial end of the scale. Over on the B-side, "Gas" is all about the electrifying bass that circles the airwaves, and "Bubble" stretches out some fine dub-echo bass that lands on the same tonalities as labels like Echoplex.
Read more
 in stock $12.60
Serotonin's Revenge 2
  1. Static Breaker - "Transmition Complete" (5:45)
  2. Kreggo - "Evolv" (4:20)
  3. BPMF - "Boston Die" (Loop) (0:24)
  4. John Selway - "Lectro Kid" (Loop) (0:29)
  5. Siviyex - "Dreams In Wannex" (5:29)
  6. Nexus 23 - "Vortex" (5:06)
  7. Pointsman - "Brute" (Loop) (0:28)
  8. Synapse - "Proceeed" (Loop) (0:32)
Review: Serotonin returns to revenge with Serotonin's Revenge 2, a four track compilation representing the depth and breath of what we live for.
Read more
Played by: Billy Nasty
 in stock $12.60
It's What We Live For: Volume 1
  1. John Selway - "Solar Sailing" (6:11)
  2. Alex Cortex - "Proxy" (6:13)
  3. Synapse - "Payback" (5:59)
  4. TCMF - "We Are The Almost People" (with Isti F) (4:07)
Review: Selway's Serotonin repletes itself once again with vital electro jams that tap deep into the b-boy, machine funk foundations while glaring into a bleak future. Angular and iced-out through and through, the label takes the lead with a raw acid attack before inviting longstanding German sculptor Alex Cortex for more visceral neck-snap beat fun. Deeper again Selway and Jason Szostek Synapse project where a looser roll in the groove gives more of a Detroitian sensation. Meanwhile for the parting gesture, the mysterious TCMF get their glitch on with more of an acid house / breaks flavoured take on the classic sound. Welcome to the future.
Read more
 in stock $11.75
It's What We Live For: Volume 2
  1. BPMF - "Zu Heib Fur Uns" (5:44)
  2. Heidi Sabertoorh - "So You Want To Take Back Your Will" (6:37)
  3. Synapse - "Shiny" (locked groove) (0:30)
  4. Somatic Responses - "Strategy Of Desire" (5:22)
  5. John Selway - "Brainchild" (5:29)
  6. Pointsman - "Dirty Shirt" (locked groove) (0:30)
Review: Seminal New York City imprint Serotonin lives on. John Selway and Jason Szostek present It's What We Live For: Volume 2 - the second in a series of compilations sharing their vision of sounds of tomorrow. Szostek himself dons the well known BPMF alias again for some fierce breakbeat techno action on "Zu Heib Fur Uns", the equally legendary Healy brothers aka Somatic Response still going strong - as heard on the slo-mo acid trance journey "Strategy Of Desire" and relative newcomer Heidi Sabertooth of Opal Onyx delivers some sludgy electro-punk antics on "So You Want To Take Back Your Will". There's some handy locked grooves on the electro-bass tip featured too by Synapse and Pointsman, which were pretty wicked too.
Read more
 in stock $12.04
Items 1 to 4 of 4 on page 1 of 1

Filter

Serotonin Us
Release Date
Close